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Catch a show at PlayhouseSquare, the nation's second-largest performing arts complex, hear the world-renowned Cleveland Orchestra at beautiful Severance Hall or visit theatres and companies that started it all for actors like Robert Guillaime (Karamu House), Hal Linden (Cleveland Play House) and Tom Hanks (Great Lakes Theater Festival)... all here in Cleveland Plus.
If that's not enough, you can also "find yourself in the circle." Cleveland's University Circle is the most concentrated square mile of arts and culture institutions in the nation with the Cleveland Botanical Garden, Cleveland Museum of Art, Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland Institute of Music, Cleveland Museum of Natural History and more.
Download the Cleveland Plus Public Art Walking Guide to help plan your art trip to Cleveland Plus.
From musical legends at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum to prehistoric fossils at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, art and culture are on display at fascinating museums throughout Cleveland Plus. +more
Give your regards to Broadway without breaking the bank at the opulent theaters of PlayhouseSquare, or find your ideal view of center stage at one of the region's smaller, yet undeniably brilliant, performing arts showcases. +more
Find the perfect piece for your collection at one of several distinguished Cleveland Plus art galleries that feature everything from beautiful custom framing to unique local paintings and photography. +more
From symphonies to sonatas and chorales to concertos, visitors are consistently singing the praises of the internationally-renowned musical organizations who call Cleveland Plus home. +more
If local galleries, installations and cutting edge artists are your thing, then Cleveland's gallery events shouldn't be missed. Little Italy's Art Walk takes place annually, in June, October and December, so pick up some tiramisu and start walking! Visit the Little Italy or Murray Hill Art Walk websites for more information.
Plus, on the second Friday of every month, the trendy Tremont neighborhood offers the Tremont Art Hop. Take advantage of local happy hours and dining, then hop on over to some galleries for your local art fix. Find more information on the Tremont Art Hop here.